Discover the City of Boca Raton, FL
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Welcome to Boca Raton, FLorida
There is so much to do and see in Boca Raton. With 46 parks, two libraries, three public beaches, two golf courses, several tennis centers, miles of bicycle and pedestrian trails an outdoor amphitheater and special community events all year long, there's no time to be bored in Boca. Arts and culture? We've got that. Professional and college sports? We've got that too.
Boca Raton, the second largest city in the Palm Beaches, is a community where history and innovation come together. Influenced by the notable architect, Addison Mizner, Boca Raton was built around an elegant Mediterranean Revival style that later grew into a vibrant city full of rich art and culture.
Boca Raton also has a thriving business community that was pioneered from the development of the personal computer (PC) at the Boca Raton-based IBM campus in 1967. Today, over 30 corporate headquarters, from innovative startups to large corporations, call the City of Boca Raton home.
A true “full service” city, Boca Raton is consistently recognized for being one of the safest cities to live in and for having one of the lowest property tax rates for a full-service city in Florida. The City of Boca Raton offers a unique and unparalleled quality of life you can only truly experience when you are here. Welcome home.
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Top-Rated Schools in Boca Raton, FL
Addison Mizner Elementary School
Del Prado Elementary School
Waters Edge Elementary School
A.D. Henderson University School & Fau High School
Resources for New Residents
is the regional commuter rail system, with 18 stations that span from Mangonia Park in Palm Beach County to the Miami Airport in Miami-Dade County. Tri-Rail stops in Boca Raton at the Yamato Road Tri-Rail Station
. Free shuttles at the Yamato Road Tri-Rail Station provide connections to popular destinations and large employers throughout Boca Raton, including the Park at Broken Sound, Town Center at Boca Raton, Florida Atlantic University, Lynn University, and more.
is Palm Beach County's bus system, and provides bus connections to destinations all throughout Boca Raton.
There are various cable television providers within the Boca Raton area. If you reside within a private community managed by a Homeowner Association (HOA) or property manager, note that some HOAs contract for cable services so please contact your HOA for information on your cable provider.
Government Information Channels
Comcast: Channel 20 (Boca Raton City Limits)
AT&T: Channel 99 (Palm Beach County)
Hotwire: Channel 395 (Palm Beach County)
FPL (Florida Power & Light)
Hearing or Speech Disabled: 711 (Relay Service)
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 025576, Miami, Florida 33102
201 W Palmetto Park Road
Boca Raton, FL 33432